Service ModelOur Service

Our Scope of Service

A holistic approach to cater for the children’s physical, mental, spiritual and social needs. To rebuild their life, develop their potential and become self-reliant.


  • Home like Care:

Our well-equipped home like facilities provide children with love and care – big home accommodate newly admitted children, small homes accommodate 8 children each who are studying or have the similar background. 



  • Formal education:

We provide foundation education courses for the children in order to bridge them with outside formal education system.

  • Special education:

We provided special education program designed by Hong Kong professional consultants which includes case assessments, self-care training, daily life skills and vocational training.

Vocational Training:

We have connection with vocational organization and corporation. We provide employment assistance to children who are not fit for formal schooling, examples like working attitude & ethics; career test & choices; pre-job training and on-job guidance etc.

Life nurturing:

  • Potential development

Rebuild children’s self-esteem and leadership through offering them music group, community visit, volunteer services etc.

  • Character build up

We adopt the “Character first” program – to transform the children inside out.



Healing the broken and wounded experience of the children, we provide individual based love and care, behavioral therapy and professional counseling.

Intellectual Activities:

We provide Interest groups, in-door and out-door activities to enhance the moral, intellectual, physical, social and aesthetic development of the children.

Service Achievement

  1. In August 2011, we were invited by the Help Centre of the municipal government of Fuzhou to establish the “Home of Fuzhou“ in join hands to serve the homeless children of special needs and to develop a new service model.
  2. In November of 2011, with the great support from the government, we have successfully acquired citizenships for the homeless children so that their formal education and medical benefits are secured.
  3. Having received professional psychological treatment and behavioral therapy, the children have demonstrated outstanding performance in studies, art and sports.
  4. From 2009 to 2013, over one hundred children were admitted to the Living Spring Children’s Home.  We have successfully helped many of them to return to their family or settled down. Some of them have successfully bridged with the formal education system.